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Overall Expert Rating (3.8 Out of 5 based on 10 ratings)
I can`t believe how good the kids have it these days. When I was a young scallywag I had to pair a Nokia phone with an iPaq (that`s a Q there, not a D) over infrared....
Verdict: I canu2019t believe how good the kids have it these days. When I was a young scallywag I had to pair a Nokia phone with an iPaq (thatu2019s a Q there, not a D) over infrared....
Huawei is probably a brand you don`t know much about; they`ve been behind a huge number of dongles and data cards in the UK, often branded by the networks, and more recently Mi-Fi devices. They have also supplied some handsets, for example the T-Mobile......
Pros: Well built for a cheap phone, unfettered Android 2.2
Cons: Low res screen, low power processor, poor camera and video
Verdict: A great little phone, only let down by limited hardware specs - something you`ll have to accept on an entry-level phone...
The Huawei Ideos has the body of a cheap phone, but the heart and soul of a brilliant Android smart phone, with plenty of features and a usable, responsive screen....
Pros: Latest Android 2.2 Froyo ; Responsive capacitive touchscreen ; 802.11n Wi-Fi ; HSPA ; Access to the Android app store
Cons: Low-resolution screen ; Weak camera ; Not very attractive
Verdict: The Huawei Ideos may skimp on a low-res screen and camera, but it`s made exactly the right moves in bringing Android to the masses. 802.11n Wi-Fi and HSPA combine with the latest version of the Android OS to give the Ideos the leg-up on most other......
With a rich feature set and a great user experience, the Ideos raises the bar for smartphones u2014 not just budget models, but also those that cost five times as much....
Pros: Unbelievably cheap ; Good user experience ; Great for Web browsing
Cons: Poor 3-megapixel camera ; Not powerful enough for popular games
Verdict: The Ideos is a rare beast; a budget phone that comes packed with the same features you`d expect in a phone for at least twice as much money. This money is saved in the quality of the screen and the power of the hardware, but for people who just want ...
Ideos is an Android 2.2 phone with a capacitive touchscreen and high networking options....
Pros: Android 2.2 ; Looks ; speaker ; WiFi ; battery life ; display ; GPS
Cons: slow ; poor camera ; price
Overall User Rating (3.9 Out of 5 based on 209 ratings)
Pros: 3.2 MP Camera, smooth touch, Android 2.2
Overall: nice phone when downloading via phone but via computer I.e tethering dl speeds reach 300kB/s in 3g while edge its about 50kB/s which is a bit slow 4 me dats in windows not yet tried with Linux yet but I was told da speeds r higher than dat of windows.
Pros: Camera, Sound, Battery, Music
Overall: Wow. That is quite a lovely phone. Camera is nice, price is nice, music quality is nice. Specs are cool too. Battery is decent.
Pros: price, fast loading apps, reasonable battery life
Overall: Awesome Touchscreen phone. Fully Capacitive touch. Nice Camera, blutooth, FM Radio, sound. Best part is that its too cheap money wise. Love it.
Pros: body, design
Overall: Was impressed. Despite having the kind of plastic body you would expect at this price point, build quality is not compromised.